Do Not Listen to, Tell or Buy the Story

“Do Not Listen to, Tell or Buy the Story” is the ninth key to total freedom found in the book, “The 10 Keys to Total Freedom” ( by Gary Douglass and Dr. Dain Heer.

What’s a story? What’s your story? What are you using as your story that is keeping you from the power and potency you truly be?

What if the purpose of your story was to validate your point of view? What if it was an explanation to justify your choices and to validate that the choice you made was right?

Your story implies the past or the future. To truly be present in life, there is no story. What if instead of buying into the story, you were to ask a question? “Okay, so what’s really going on here? What is the underlying energy to this?”

The main reason people have a story is to justify a choice or choices that they make. They require the validation that they are right in choosing to have this upset or the problem. They need someone to align and agree with them and find them right.

Stories are usually created based on conclusions that don’t have anything to do with what’s really going on. Ask yourself, “What would I really like to create?” Is your story stopping you from creating your life? What if, instead of getting stuck in the story, you could have awareness of what is really going on?

Have you ever listened to someone’s story and heard them tell it over and over again? Is that actually getting them somewhere or are they going in circles and getting nowhere?

Have you ever heard someone say, “I did ______, because of ______?” When you go into because, you’re going into justification. It’s a basic tenet of cause and effect reality.If you were to be present and choose in every ten seconds, you can eliminate the story. You get to be present in every moment of each day and choose whatever you want to choose.

If you want to get clear, it’s pretty simple, don’t listen to, tell or buy the story. The story is the justification for your choice; it’s not the reality of what or why you chose it. You can use stories to explain something, to get a point across, or use the story to justify your point of view. When you use a story as an example, it is not about the rightness or wrongness of your point of view, it’s about helping a person to get clarity on something that applies.

Buying the story is when you align and agree with someone’s point of view. Like when people tell you what you’re supposed to experience or what you’re supposed to do. Buying the story eliminates your capacity to choose. Getting locked into the story locks you into a choice you have made. What if you could just choose again?

What if a story was the way we all get brainwashed into contextual reality? Is it time for you to get out of your story and into more consciousness?

David Miller

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About the writer: Dave Miller

David Miller 248-770-9154. David is presently a Certified Access Consciousness Bars™ Facilitator and Certified Body Process facilitator. Teaches Bars Classes and does individual healing sessions, a student of personal growth since the early 1970’s, offering Pragmatic tools to change things in your life that you haven’t been able to change until now with Access Consciousness®

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